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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 April 1867

Do' sportos, Williams & Co., Proprietors. -1 A I vfiy Papor, Devoteod to Science, Art, Inquiry, lIftlushry an d Literattie ~rs-$ Op"Aii~1L dmc VOL. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N 1.1 illM A.~) .1 C W DNE D AY O~LU PI 4 ~Y N T'IIN FAIRFIELD HERALD Terni.---' a T I I :n n I, 4 puti I i m ,I % - ly in Iie Town (f % ii bor, I 6:3,00 .n rarraiily inti Nl n~. Ktn:;Y All 1sin int. ad eris m.' tob PqiaIe. Seiected Poetry, THE DYEING 00N.EDElATE By A VIRINIA. [.A. . Boilsfihe kettle hot 11wl fa,-t, Wilh 1he ark of p.im an .i w iit, ReahI a hand ; o h, hias!i., heli i, Cease Ilty g. l: ii.t 40i . l 'roe No Ii i 10 this nro lI pi lo a l-m . Thou and 1 :ll,1ne %nV4'11 wer Thiigh y r - a :iId dr(i e Los-- Ihe ir an m re :iit ::ior,' And- my well-wornt si tw l d ~l i,.kingi Te ll, h W il war )ha; .., .. I'l- p.,or - iit 'l islIii an. 0 n an geg Dye mly :un1 iay g-..rmen":1S :ill. Let not l'ahion's healh ', d light er; Mo bi IXji.Crp i s O! ' Ii l Iof wi-A - 'Twas- nt- woml-al's hlin 1117k( lore it. 'Tway I a la...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 April 1867

NEMIS SUOIMA IY. In The deal b is annotinceei of Angelo Came- , roni, the Italian seulptor. Co A sod4a fountain exploded in Poughkeep. da Pie Witely. OMe mnn hurt and fifty Fright. ened. wi Silken Thiers miade his opposition speech Poi the photogmrliers of Paris have sold 300,- "ll (t00 of his pictureq. Uo M1rs. Edwin James has written, and tie j Pall M1all G ,, i ias .iashid, a novel col Called " lu'irel:, Or Social Fe4ters.". PH '1The dealth penalty has been restored in "" col Miehigan. ty A young lily seven feet high is one of co the sights of elemhili4. In Californin produced $200,000 worth of r( 0t strawherries last year. il I1epublienm papers retuso to print negro pe Sicelhes, Nasih's for inlstance. ci New York lias sFuecred in domeslicat. e ing in its Park a large numiber of Englishm sintrrviws. g The submir.ritno cable, to connect Cuba 10 with -'lorida is one hundred and (enl mimlies long. A Frenchmiian has delned fmilelity tobe ",a devil o an itchimig whicit 'tis forbidduen...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 April 1867

Latest by Telegraph. Intorosting from Europe. Btt:nrtix, April 18 -It is reported here that Napoleon is strenithening his forces and military posts on .he frotier, pinmg artillery on a war footing, pr civing amtblances and t hat the lerench veserve.s of '68 will be called ont onl the rst of May. It. is reprosented that Prussia also is making active military preartions11t. Lontox, April 18.-N o furt her dv manittids have been, manide upon Spnti in the en se of the ste amr Tornarto, whieb Ptill r-inninc unsettled. litprismitient for debt, in Paris is abel,11hed. l),patcles received from Berin state tiat. the speel of Ko.1g Wililinm, onl cl .os- i I n v I i:t Ieti I , .excites distrus, thr--ohoutt Germany, Bxii.tx, A pril 19-'veningo.-The P tia (14 V ern iletit h;1. sent a st irong. note to Napoleon, asking thu reason for the imilitarv p*roarattions on the part of France. A Iavarinn ntgeit has been senit by K:11" Willimln to Vienna1., to secure the alliance of ti Einpror of A ustria. L...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 April 1867

Selected Poetry. TRE MORNING IN SUMMER. The m100k y'Al iiorti tlppears, miiother of dlens. Ai r.. f.i int glviLut i' ihe d-iplQd en'~t~' Till far oer ether spreu I the wid'anu I- "w ; A 1 t'romh before h lietr 1 of her e (1. race Wile breaik lie cluutid n wniy. With quick. ei'd Slep lBrown iigt retires: young day 11ours in I And opens all t(he 1:w ny prospct wvi~le. The tripping reek, the mnountai' . misty Swell o i he sight and brighten i 'he dawn. Illue, Ihro' tho dask, file sico ::ig .. shine : Aid from lie blied fielit the fearfl 11:1re Liluimp;, :awkward ; while along ihe iIv..-A glale 'he Wil leer trip, nild. often I nirn-int, g-ize At early lassetper. M1imsic sinalwtis l'he nt i ve voice of ui, i e inim-! jv ; And thielk around the woodlad lihmnos ni-ise. loual b.y the cock, (lie soon. clad shepherd lenas His mnssycottage, where with peace he dwevl:s; Ant froin the crowded fold, in orler, rh i ve liig tluck to tatii tle verdure of Ithe nora. F:lsely lIixur'iouis, will n1ot nt...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 May 1867

DrW -'nwm-- - -- Doopoie ATj ilms & Coal Proprictor]s. A Iamijy Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literatur ITerms-$300 por Annum In Advance WJ 4 0Con WI INESDAY MORNING, MAtY 14867. [NO. 43 PAtI'RIELD HERALD is PI'lu1txrio w .iy nty UT 111I1 M3b4,A.XM8 & C101 lyh :T-en o Wilinlshora, at :3;0 ~ I I/', I/ , ... \ l~ L' r. inst ac edverIl~went 'e'1 to i 4 I' lies and Tbutes . 00 pe A .1.A INOG 0' THEk 'U' 14i O'cr IhI- l.ie ripidng wave's with itclc IIow they akip1 ! how Ihey leaip ! as t he wavc lot adviaiei, Oh ! 'ti joyous to see Suchi a daz.lingo Might ! hblow, Summera.1pl breeze, oh ! stir Ohe - 1 1 - 1' of sc, inspie taheir -tnen music will ievry 110 n han;la ticd d'! b 10-1y cwt - 00 t ch.tim with \l.1 -L n h o r - a b yeritg n 7ive %l ty. 11 d 1 ' llay ii.irk chun!, fr'i4 Iheca:;t to he iven .' :ilow'a i yvzr jy ', oi-r your i t ian.[ %%il :Isi i E er. r, I'I-v".iY Its i ' ) !r i lI V' li t : . r: , It I:- - i . - / t eni. I' l, / la it " 'III a /al...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 May 1867

N E1S S 1M U 3 A Y. It is believed itt( the coming wieatscrop uill 1e tihe largst eover grown on this conti. nen t. A line of' eteatships is being projeo(ed from Now York vik San Fraucisco, to run to lIussian America. Large quantitIes of the earth kaolin are expurtId tf'riom Mouth Carolina to Now York. I i I lhe Sout h it, is used to make chini ware, in (he Norhi to ldulterato candy. (into poutd of, cotton, which foarmerly coild ontily ho spun into thread of 108i yards long, can now, by (te application of steam, produce a thread of' 107 iiles in length. A young girl was bit ton by a bat in Spald ing Citurch, .EIglantd, rcetlily, which so frightlened her1 t hat sihe is :ittleoring frOt paralysis of (te brain, which induces long lils of sleep, laul ing for weeks. The A tlinta, I'r calls attention to (te fac1t0 that th1 tieneralis and ll-ilhting on of (hi Southi are going ink as a general thing for tho leriiall itoconiut ruction bill, as t(he best ieans by whihi to sottle outr National...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 May 1867

Latest by Telegraph. European fntolligenco. P..1u, April 21--.Evening.--After th busi3inesis hourv, there wero rumors of 1ea3c congress, though disoredilod A I1rochimtinli. hams beou published i i '33e, enllin g Ipon Ith population to ris 'ist the 'apal (ioverniment, and promt, ing the of support. O(tribaldi. The i':-.s ./,urnal fasures file public tha e M ill he no war about. Luxetaburg, a: a I*.11c.tIl solutioll of tihe diliculty w about to be ''ound. The /-!cnd1 says i was.1 nio to be affected(3 by the leultraliza(io1 olthe UuD 1 luchy, us such a propositO voi o i. t be aaccepted onil (-it her sido of tit Ithne. On thke ot vher han-d, foreign corre l''ondent t,) London journi:ls Say, Ihei thoug1h war. may be avoidedI for the m11ouien11 it is certain to come. It is said Hismarc is anxi.us for peace, and CoutL Moliko pre 1011 inhnVdiato Wark-, as Prussa1131 is quite rJ'C alred aud has three chances to one e News Itoms. Ny.W Our.r.1As, April 21).-Another cre. vaisse in iii Parish hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 May 1867

Sclocted Poetry, TH(YOUT'H AND TIIE PHILOSO PHER. A (l recian youth, (,f (alent rare, 1hioII P:l 0's philoohiclio cao Ilwat lfwwm'.I forI virt-410's nob~ler view, Py IIeOPt1 net Cxample (00, W oulH o fiep en ,t h is na his kil 'To iuh the Set ce, anid guid I he wheel All vl hie lie gaizing throng, Siih gi.iccul ie "ne and snulick'd tle thong Tlii lio! weiue I they vxpm-vSts'd, Wits lwtisk anud tv:ttusli-t I-) his lbreast. AI lnlcm i, tite vain, Ie eieds would :how 11i I.-aSliter what, his rk t could do ; Atd h:olv hiq lavcs tie lutriot, leal To Acen inus' sacr-ed slulo. T,11t 1 rembl lig gtove coui'ecs'd i t fright, The wovoe:1.ny 1i phs siniit'l it Ite sight. The tan'es dropt ihe lealrned lyro, A nd to OLeir inmo11IF : 1broleS retireV. llowc'er, Ihe youth. with forwardt air, .1ows to the .tgo, anud io unts tho car. Thl 1iwh reinanlds. the c-'rser. spring, The chittiot inaitki the rolling ing; Awil galh'ing.i' crIi' , with e:4gar eyes, Ani shle. I isae hini s he Ilies. Trii lihai In...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 May 1867

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprictors. 1 A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Indstry and Lilerat0 VOL.1J VINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDA Y MORNING, MAY TIE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 tL'1lltttipl.10 wt:K tIm y BY JE SP01ITES, WILLIAMS & CO. 'ermts.-T I iL ,u.? is pubLihel Weck ly in the Town of Winn.4boru, at 93.00 in varai!>ly in admance. it$/ All tranisient advertismennts to be paid in advanco. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per mquare. Selected Poetry. ON THlE FERRY. On ile ferry, sailing over , 10 lhe City, lying dimt In ithe mellow iist of evening Ily the river's further rim , On tIhe ferry, gazir.g out ward'.1 To 11ho Ocean calm and cold, Where the oblue bay dips its waters In the sunset's fleting gold, On (lie ferry, gaZing Ollt ward, 0, thou ocean, deep and wide, EVery pulse is heating Imeasuro Vith the ryt hlln of Ily tide ! Loving wvtes kiss wairmi andt eager, 3lotionle,4. tit great ships stand, While above eatch peinhulons pennon Iuse:, in with a h.'eck...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 May 1867

W 8 8 u AtlIAtY. b d A. T. Stewart's incomo last year was tLi $1.276,653,72. There nro 3,618 lungtIrgeR spoken, and tLI I,0. different religionsi. There are on the o globoil abvut 1,282,000,000 of souls. All Ireband seeini to be emigrating to In America. 'Tlie steatmers caunot begin to is a(o,'llii1lato fihe crowd of people seeking in paWsaigo to Ih is country. H Several Portland uorchints have recover- C, edl by law ",2016 from (lie (tonind Trunk t IRilwaiy, for unreIasonablo detention in E tie hipiient, of a utianit ity or Ilour from the ti TheoE 11ro throo ex-Confederate naval t: ollicrs editing iiewspapors in the South: ; Lietteniit Kerr, of file Weldon State ; Lieu tenant J. It. Eggleston, of file Mobile (Ala.) ti Tribue, and Admital Raphael Soiies, of ti lit) Memphis (Tonn.) Appeal. All distin- Ii gokihed oflicers of t he old navy, atnd most s aeoomplished gentlemen. b Ge,-rge Kinloch, lsq., who, for over lalf m a century, has been a resident of Charles- it Ion, and a leadiig ...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 May 1867

Latest by Telegraph, Gonoral Now8, lIIMain1, 'ay, 4.-). M. Cauley, a met'VrciaIt eight iiles fromt .Rich mnld, committeCd suicide by shooting yesterd y llorlillig. Over a hundred and fifty barrels of wh Iiskey have beeln seized by the ltev entc detectives, within tho last two da ys. Speaker G ibbons, of the Pennsylva nia Lgislatuare, addresel a largo aul diece r! of blacks last night. lie' urg ed t(f t o clinug to the liepiblieuill party and abandon the idea, of cuonfis catio1. Ni.:w 01On.:ANS, May 4.-G'en. Sher idan has issued aln order, molifyiig the State law re'iuiring titeiibers of the police force to have beon residents of the city for five years, to two years. 1 e orders 31aj. leath to remodel the poullee force, at loast one-half to be sol d iers. The wheic region bordering on the Ouachita and llack liivers were over flown by the recent erevasses. The sull'ering aid loss are iicaleulable. Foreign News. L~osn]o(,, May 4.Tego Verlnmanit| has eoiclided to permit the reform demon...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 May 1867

Selected Pootry, THE WIND FiOM THE WOOD. With -% wital swell it. caite to my ritidy door, 'Ana ,it eI'tiered within Ihc roott ; AwialIt Ppiko of a ship on a rocky shore, A1l mih heslow-colorei calps of the Waves that bore The ill-faiteil ones to their doom. It cnaijuiiredl a view of that. desolatte hour rIt wonranly feir, nuiat nan's alarin ; ]low lie Imp blackly swung in the light. hiaanise tower, Atiil iliea roe l)p in its terrible power, And nlo oe to shield thern front ltrmn. I(ut I said to the wind that cante from the wood, Why Iellest, thou this unto ie ? 1 -lost in the inazes of' soulsolit tio - Care as much for the South Sea Island's ruoot1 As I do for such tales of the sea. And then, in my heart, I regretted the sipeelh ; Wheni the w-nel said. in answer to me, A uniiden i lies co-ld oil that, desolatte beach*; WhIo villy tfor alid her white hands out streteh Alnti that maiden slie called upon thee I Alown the white sanl my thoutght sped, while the wind Kept wisii~iperitg st...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 May 1867

-g Ato m6 2 g a p m I a Dosportes, W1Iiams & Co, Proprietors A Family Paper, Devoled to Science Art neiuiry, Industry and LiteatureA VOL. 1J WINNSORO S. C., WEDNESD AY rONN 1M tr Nd L A FAIRIFIELD HERALD 18 l'ULI.II:E) W.:KIy BY U!NI 'RES, WILLI AMS & C0. t T--rms.-Tm. liIum.n is published Week-I Iy il the Town uof Wiillsbor, at. . in. U \*~ I1lL rat Iet advertieinents to) be paiI ink adivalice4.. I OhitI:try Notices and01 Tr'ibutCs '31.06 per t SoIectd Poctry: "DON'T 'TAY LONG," In . mny a lVilig iiart, utter's the I'C. frin ol he following liiIes, .Idoni't say long !" There is nothing of' poettly ink lthe Jil rasieology, buti tle is the totuling mian- 1i nurl. ill which the wor 1. d fret In t ly fin 1d a voice! --in Ithe S yearning' tendlerness," Wind V hopes and, deep syqnthy of which they n! becomel thke impetrfect interprelers4. Hiis 4) experience in lie poetry of life Ind love - muust have been bar-renl indeed who does rl not litind thee~ lines thrill, like lihe echo o...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 May 1867

NEWS SUMMARY. -0~ I, is said Edwin Booth has ordored a crown of solid gold to play Richard in. Precious stones are being found in great abundance in Georgia. A million dollars is annually mad by the sale of Florida cedar wood for lead pen. oils. A young lady of Now York has sued a young lman for kissing hur while sbe was wule-p in the cars. As far as heard from, no serious injury ins been done to fruit or grain in the West by the r'ent frost and snow. Several tatal eases of-Asiatic cholera are reported in the parish of loint Coupee, Louisiana. The prospects for corn and cotton in Southern Georgia are better than at this tine during the past five years. Mrs. James Waters, of loone County, -Missoiri, vocontly gave birth to four boys, weighing six pounds each. She had pre viously had six boys at three births, and bs now had six boys in lees than one year. The Democrats carried Lancaster, Pa., by 670 majority-200 gain since last. year. It is est mited that the loss in grain and provisio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 May 1867

Latest by Tolograph, Mr. Davis in Court- H1 i. Bailed in the sumt of $100.000. .lhl1oOND, May 13.-The U. S. (oiurt waZ3s pckwed this mIoriilig. A Siiita ry guard wias stationed around the(. building, and at stiong poldieo force inside. About twenty ladies were unning thu spectator s ; als3o lifty le groe:;. At. one o'clock 31. Daivis was jr->nglit inl aid took at. seat next to( ti prioner'i box, vith G Ieneral Biurton :lil thle maiur.'lal. A sereant aceoin.. I-nied him". 0 Ir. i% is Was vi:h-uInr an open window and remarked, it is; I little colisn' ii," andl he, was then re.. mohvedI to a seat IeaV his cousiel, inl froit (t the judge. Ulrton's Iturni to I he writ was Iead, nud the jwigl:e coipliinented tiiton inl obeying tt,-he laws, and relieved him of the cstoiv of' ir. Davis, anld te(. miarshal inlnediately s( rved on him a bencl wariran t to an.,wer tO the Nor fulk indiet melt. O'Coiinor spoke of Mr. Da% i' long upritonient alId t't1le health, and vsked that h be hbiiled Ther...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 May 1867

Selected Poetry, SPEAK NO ILL. Nay. speak no ill-a kindly word ,Catowhver leave a siltig behlnd; At'ib 0, to'pecatlhe each tale vie've heard, Is far below a noble mind. .Pull oft a better seed issown, By clioosing (ltinas (ho kinder plai; For it bulittlogood Is knaown, Still lot u' speak (lhe best we can. (live mie tle heart that fain woild hide Would fain itnother's faults efface ; Ilow can it pleasure hunuan pride, To provo humanity but base ? No; let us reach a higher mood, A nobler estiinate of nan ; 31o earniest inl the search tor good, And speak of aill the best we canu. Thon speak no Ill-but lenient bo To others' failings, as your own; if you're the first a fault to seo, He not the first to make it known. For life is but a passing day, - No lip can toll how brief its span; Then,0, lite little timae we st,ay, Let's speak of tall (lhe best we can. The Wandorhig Jew, This lgioi is tibe foundation of Cro. ly's Salatiol, and wo know not of h1oV many other romances. Dr. J. 0. Noyes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1867

/1~~~~ .04 ~E 4 A ''- e -' I %NW N"Cttni eportes ms & (, Propr I A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Idustry and Literature. [Terms---$300 por Anm von L wo s. ( w)NESDNG( YA 22, [NO. 48 r I I[P FAIRFIELD HE RAL) l."P,(U''ES, iI A Mi & (:. -'y inl tih Town f ittilh - a . - . 'i ' ll tra i ft i nde i.inent to hm paid inl oilvotnee. Obltitrary Notices a111 Tr.butk : . p Su0uitox P0etry, TIIE RIV.ER PATH., nlY J. U, W1111T-11l:11. No in 1.vv ft fl'at ed d the i l . hill, The irtaled taink Iehi.w wn 111i. No rulle ron th41 birche Slehl .NV r.1Illie from11 (lte w% itt 1'; btem,) Th :In k of t wiliht round A grew, Wo fell Ih ]w allinlg of, the dow ; 1or frt1 11 e r e ,1ivr wt t .h a, 'Oe saw tll top, hlolii l -- A t enller d vl... ln. ar A drei uI d y who hWlit it giavtt , Wh l", thl damp. Vvt Chill. Ohi ill m ) ith theot lihe i n.-et* r% y 1.iom ; Wh1ile <hn-ik diho .:4O w%.,-*i..n Thle river ro lO t inl dO:t e. W e e it i/, hi tyac. hlwow )gh1t seemeid 110 %X i-l...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1867

IMN S UMlAItY. C ---o 'JTi,.l is itn rapturoover Forrcst's ltiicho lieu. honoiln Is twenity-throo theatros and 0 twen!Ity nine music hldls. 'hIte St. 1.o11k Republican i.; out inl favor of negro iulttatgo. The tight Rev. ilishlop, J. If. lbav inllo, of Keititucky. iN hjople .s!y ill. Extreeo uno- t lion hias boon adminzistered to him. A Chieng-o book-k'eeper returns a larger inincme thin that t'he nni comilned, the N fir bitng one of the largest in the city. uctimbers sol in the Cincinnati matir. kot on Wednesday morning for fifty cents each. it France has now 50 iron clads--the most forimi'Iidble navy in Europo. The liepublican parlty in Maryland will adopt a ntgrio mlrrngo plat form. Thu printevs in Chicago have not, Inhul part, in tie eight -hour miovVIment., Phineas T. larnui advertisos his resi- 1 denoo at lridgoior, CI., for sale. I The suipmuled City j11utiuk, of Now Or leans has coinimtentd payintg depositorspro It is proposed to culobvato the torcontena ry of itugby Schiool...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1867

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Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 May 1867

Selected Poetry, GODDESS FOR SLANG. I Wna courting a beiautii'il girl one night, Whoill I worshlippe44,l a aost diivine, Ani longell to hear her breathe the sweet little word' ''hat toil tie 11C woiI be inine ; I was pntising the wealth of her chesuit And her eyes of innichless blno, When she laid lir.r dear check on my shoul. der uild sail : iuriah 1 'ta' bully for you." I stari cil in oiiror, bul inanagedl to keep urom showing my intene suurprisc, An, pressed my lips lightly on brow and on cheeck, Andi on her meckly lomedt eyes I toll her my lov was us leep as the sea, (As I felt. her warm heart go ptit-patt r), I would worship her nlways if she wouldt ho nilne And site whispered, "Ol ! Thal's wh''s th1 maller!" I told her that her cheek would the rose put to shame, I1er le0h the faiel Orieniot pearl. And (lie occan'ts rich coral cold never cont pare With the lips of ilny- beuitliful girl Thiat het voice was like the music (lint comes to the ear In the night tine--nnd sweet was he...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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